Other hypertension

From obstructive sleep apnoea, resistant hypertension or secondary hypertension, here you will find all the latest content on these and other diverse topics within the theme of hypertension published on this website. Results are listed in chronological order.

Treating hypertension requires an in-depth understanding of its mechanisms as well as patient history and compliance. The information you need covering the diverse topics involved in this discipline can be found in this section…

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What to expect in interventional cardiology in 2017

PCR Chair William Wijns gives us his take on 2017: expanded indications for TAVI, new BRS data, trials on device based therapies in arterial hypertension, launch of Stent Save a Life, slow implementation of interventional treatment of acute ischemic stroke, celebrating 40 years of balloon angioplasty and EuroPCR 2017. An exciting year lies ahead!

Extra-renal intervention for hypertension treatment

What new approaches exist today to treat hypertension beyond renal denervation? Join F. Mahfoud, A. Pathak and K. Tsioufis as they take a close look at several now being explored. Beginning with the carotid artery, they examine three possible techniques: baroreflex, chemoreceptors and architectural restructuring; asking what are the positive elements – and dangers – involved in these treatments. They then turn to a novel device placed between the iliac artery and vein which has shown immediate and positive results in the cathlab – can this recently published FIM be a new way forward? Successful treatment of resistant hypertension is an international health challenge….to learn what’s happening at the cutting edge of the field today, join us here…

What's new in hypertension? An update for interventionists

17 May 2016 – From EuroPCR 2016

Personalised management of hypertension in everyday practice: learning through cases

17 May 2016 – From EuroPCR 2016

A 21 year male with resistant hypertension secondary to congenital coarctation of the aorta with bicuspid aortic regurgitation

27 Feb 2017

A young male with a congenital coarctation of the aorta suffering chest pain and severe hypertension was admitted to a peripheral, non-interventional centre. His medical therapy included atenolol 50mg twice daily and hydrochlorothiazide 25mg daily.

Shasheen Pandie

Author

Shaheen Pandie
Mpiko Ntsekhe

Author

Mpiko Ntsekhe
Farrel Hellig

Author

Farrel Hellig

Alternatives to catheter-based renal sympathetic denervation in hypertension

21 May 2015 – From EuroPCR 2015

Prof. Thomas F. Luescher

Chairperson

Thomas F. Lüscher

The use of OCT to optimise PCI - Part 1

20 May 2015 – From EuroPCR 2015

Philippe L'Allier

Chairperson

Philippe L'Allier

Treating hypertensive patients at risk

20 May 2015 – From EuroPCR 2015

Roland Schmieder

Chairperson

Roland Schmieder

The year in intervention: essential publications from EuroIntervention Journal and the European Heart Journal

20 May 2015 – From EuroPCR 2015

Chairperson

Paul Cummins
Prof. Pim De Feyter

Chairperson

Pim De Feyter
Prof. Thomas F. Luescher

Chairperson

Thomas F. Lüscher
Prof. Patrick W. Serruys

Chairperson

Patrick W. Serruys

Cardiovascular Innovation Pipeline - Resistant hypertension

21 May 2014 – From EuroPCR 2014

Sebastian Ewen

Chairperson

Sebastian Ewen
Prof. Junbo Ge

Chairperson

Junbo Ge

Chairperson

Tony Walton